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MYLUVWYATT
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Shame on me.....

Monday, January 04, 2010

2 years on Spark and I haven't accomplished a thing, no weight-loss, no dieting, heck....no full fledge trying.

Argh.....when am I going to do this for good.
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  • v MARSHA74
    the main thing is you are still here... you haven't given up completely...and thats a good sign... one step at a time emoticon
    2330 days ago
  • v HVALITTLEFAITH
    How come we are so supportive and understanding with others and so gosh darn hard on ourselves???? I too am slowly learning to being gentle and loving with myself, so even though I might not be moving down on the scale (story of my life) I am changing how I approach the whole process, and that will lead to the regular exercise, eating healthier and ultimately weight loss. I have been learning to be my own best friend so to speak and it's about time.

    You can do it, but just give yourself a pat on the back once is awhile, it goes a lot farther!

    2332 days ago
  • v IMJETTA8
    Maybe you Nor ME, have lost weight the past 2 years. But have made lots of wonderful and supportive friends. I have also been able to learn from them as well as help many others as I am sure you have. That is a good thing. You are ok!! You are good!!!
    2332 days ago
  • v LSCHULER72
    Don't beat yourself up about this. You are a wonderful person who deserves health and happiness. Be happy and let the rest fall into place!
    Happy New Year and much peace!
    Laura
    2332 days ago
  • v SKSCHULTE1997
    We are here for you!! emoticon
    2334 days ago
  • v YUBYUB31
    When you are ready
    2336 days ago
  • v KRISTINB1977
    Just try getting through one day at a time. It's hard to think of getting 10K Fitness Minutes in one year, but can you get 30 today? Can you make sure to get a good, healthy filling breakfast?
    Work on today, and tomorrow you can worry about tomorrow. Make sure to get involved in your teams for encouragement!
    2336 days ago
  • v 1_AMAZING_WOMAN
    Same here. But we can't give up or we have no chance at all. Just like smokers who try over and over, and finally succeed - we CAN succeed!

    Amber
    2336 days ago
  • v JUDYPOPPINS
    Make one small change today. Momentum builds from little successes. Each time you make a change that does your body good, you are succeeding even if you don't lose an ounce. I'm sure over the past two years you've made some healthy changes (maybe better choices, a little more movement, etc.). Motivation can be pretty elusive, but beating yourself up doesn't help. Come along for the ride...try being active on your teams or on message boards. You never know what will "spark" you on.
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    2336 days ago
  • v JANEYINMADTOWN
    The key is you are here and are willing to keep trying...start small and build some momentum...do you track your food and water...it may get you started again....We've missed you in the Madison Team room! Drop by and bring us up to date on things.
    2337 days ago
  • v RENA1965
    Start smaller- say instead of butter use a margerine.. It takes time to carry out change. When this is working- change high sugar products out for something less filled with sugar.
    Try the one step healthier approach, wham bam life style change here and now frightens alot of people- slide into it slowly..
    Make one small tiny goal- stick with it until you feel good about it, then onto the next.. "LIFE" style change means we have time to modify not plan a huge revolution overnight.. Long term habits..
    2337 days ago
  • v HPYGRL09
    How about today, right now....you CAN do this!

    Belle

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    2337 days ago
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